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EA1000/EA3000 Optimizing Edgers

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The TITAN Optimizing Edger uses optical scanning technology to achieve high precision and low waste edging of boards.

The entire edging process is automated. First, each board is scanned. The profile of each board is then analysed by a computer, which decides on the best product to maximize recovery. Decisions are based on both volume recovery and product value.

After scanning, the boards pass through an alignment station and then are sawn.

The EA1000/EA3000 is capable of handling up to 25 boards per minute and is the ideal machine to edge boards coming from the TITAN Resaw. Electric servo sizing system achieves any width of cut without complication.

Parallel PLC / computer control systems allow the machine to be switched over to manual mode with a single button. Online support allows our technicians to dial into your machine to troubleshoot it remotely.

Overall, the TITAN Optimizing Edger is a simple, robust and automated solution to your edging needs.

 

Features

  • Optical scanning on the run

  • Easy to use windows interface

  • Mechanised material handling for fast, accurate board alignment

  • Online support and troubleshooting available

Specifications

Model EA1000/EA3000
Throat width  19-11/16" (500mm) (max material width) 
Cutting width Min - 1.575" (40mm); Max - 11-13/16" (300mm) (customizable up to 19-11/16" (500mm))
Min material thickness 3/4" (19mm)
Max material thickness 1-3/4" (45mm)
Blade diameter 11-13/16" - 12-1/2" (300mm-320mm)
Blade kerf  0.118" - 0.197" (3-5mm)
Main saw motors 29.5HP or 40.2HP (22kW or 30kW)
Feed motor & gearbox 13.4HP (10kW)
Feed speed 0-460 ft/min (0 - 140m/min)
Piece Count 0-25 boards/min (length  dependent)
Sizing method  Electric servo sizing system
Optical scanner controlled
Automated board alignment
Scanning method Computer controlled optical scanner
Hold downs  Driven pneumatic hold downs
Options In-line or transverse board scanning
Automated Edger Line Drawing